The report suggests that after selecting the WhatsApp Web option, the app will ask users if they would like to ‘Link’ their device.
WhatsApp's new doodle UI will look very similar to the media drawer on Instagram.
Reportedly, this redesign will be part of the stable update for WhatsApp on Android.
You might no longer be able to delete a WhatsApp message without the permission of the receiver.
Whatsapp has now introduced a desktop app! Available for both Windows and Mac, the WhatsApp desktop client will offer all the same features and shortcuts, which we have already seen on WhatsApp for Web. To download the app, click here.
Along with the rumoured call back button, zip file sharing support and voicemail, WhatsApp might also bring in many more important features. A new leak points out that the service is working on video calls, NFC tags and group invites too.
WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, which is owned by Facebook, the world's number one social networking website, just went free!
Popular and widely used messaging service WhatsApp is now free. The Facebook-owned company has decided to stop charging people 99 cents annually to use the service. Up until now, WhatsApp has been free for the first year, with the annual fee added for subsequent years of use.
Mobile messaging app WhatsApp now has 900 million regular and active users around the world, following the addition of 100 million users in last five months.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp has received a major update in terms of design and now sports a complete Material Design user interface.